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I'm a manager at a hardware store that is big in the Midwest. Golf when I can as any other retail guys know that there isn't too much time to be had. I'm also a dad but that isn't a job. My son is best little 4 month old anyone could ask for :)
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Analytics Strategy Manager @ MRM McCANN. I just joined yesterday after searching reviews on a club I just purchased. Started reading further and really liked the vibe of regular people who like to golf (and manage to get in rounds around life). I'm fairly new to the sport, it's my second season, but I've really taken a passion towards it. It is awesome to read reviews and tips, slows life down a bit. Looking forward to contributing.
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I work in the steel industry, currently as an Process Optimization Engineer but I have been part of a galvanizing line as an operator and foreman for the last 14 years.  Its always interesting and I actually enjoy my job most days.  It feels good to go to work and produce something that people want.  Its also nice to go to the driving range on my lunch break and hit some balls.

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Hello Everyone!

My names Rebecca and I am an Internist in Detroit.  Unlike most of you, while I enjoy golfing I more or less just play at it.  I have a couple of bad hips that keep me from regular play.

I was a Bubba Watson fan but I think that Jason is stealing my heart.  I am one who likes Tiger and wishes him the best in whatever comeback he might be able to sustain.

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Hello Everyone! My names Rebecca and I am an Internist in Detroit.  Unlike most of you, while I enjoy golfing I more or less just play at it.  I have a couple of bad hips that keep me from regular play. I was a Bubba Watson fan but I think that Jason is stealing my heart.  I am one who likes Tiger and wishes him the best in whatever comeback he might be able to sustain.

What does an internist do?

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I'm currently on worker's comp because I fell off of ladder and broke my tibia and tore my ACL. It's barely enough to live on and I'm looking forward to getting back to work so I can play more golf!

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